Faye Marsay: With Obscure Dating Affair, On-Screen Lesbian Role

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Faye Marsay: With Obscure Dating Affair, On-Screen Lesbian Role

The beautiful English actress Faye Marsay is famously known for portraying the role of The Waif in the sixth season of Game of Thrones alongside talented actor Tom Wlaschiha and actress Maisie Williams. With the rising fame, the actress has accumulated fans who are quite curious to know about her on a personal level. 

Well, if you belong to the group of her followers, and are wondering about her life behind the camera, follow us in the context below as we shed some light on her life. So, let's get started!

Faye Marsay's Personal Life

Faye Marsay prefers to maintain a tight guard over her personal life following which the news of her personal life has not surfaced in the media. 

No news about her being married and having a husband or dating a boyfriend has ever surfaced in the media. It's uncertain if the lady is busy working on her career or is hiding her personal life and keeping it close to her chest.

It looks like the fans and followers of the actress have to wait until Faye opens up or hints on her any possibility of her love-filled life. The obscure love life of Faye has made people even question upon her sexual orientation.

The existence of her lesbian rumors was fueled by her lesbian roles too. She essayed the role of Alex alongside another lesbian character played by Lucy Punch on the 2017's comedy 'You, Me And Him.'  Faye even portrayed the character of a lesbian activist, Steph on the romantic drama 'Pride' previously in 2014. 

But still, no conclusions can be made based on gossip and rumors. Well, we have to wait until Faye comes forth to speak on the matter.

More About Faye Marsay

Faye Marsay was born on 30th December 1986 in the northeastern English town of Middlesbrough, England. Talking about her parents, her mother is a secretary for the NHS and father is a steelworker and a firefighter. 

Faye completed her acting study at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and since then has been working as an actor. She received the 2012's Spotlight award for her British theatrical work.

Faye rose to fame after she starred in The White Queen as Anne Neville in 2013. She has played in numerous TV series like Fresh Meat, The Bletchley Circle, Glue, Doctor Who, My Mad Fat Diary, Vera, Game of Thrones, Black Mirror and McMafia. Her movie credits include Shamed, Darkest Hour, Pride and Is That It?